NO, we do well, people! More than 2.3 million Covid cases in the week before Christmas and tens of thousands more in the new year.
Almost no one was in intensive care and the number of deaths did not spike.
Omicron, the lightest mutant, is spreading immunity like wildfire.
By the end of the month, experts believe we’ll be waving goodbye to the killer Covid and learning how to deal with a new version of the common cold.
More than nine out of ten will have all three stabs, or Covid itself, or both.
Deadly but unlikely new variants aside, Covid is slowly running out of steam. The panic will end.
There is one more challenge. . . The National Health Service relentlessly pleads with its cheerleaders in the media and public sector unions.
Can it cope? Of course it is possible.
Thanks to Boris Johnson’s push for vaccinations and the pursuit of freedom, Britain is leading Europe – and possibly the world – out of euphoria.
In the face of Sage’s baseless and almost criminal accusations of about 6,000 deaths a day, it is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom who takes the lonely responsibility of organizing Christmas again for England.
The same gift was refused to the Scots and Welsh as the duo waved their hands over Nicola Sturgeon and Mark Drakeford remained in secrecy with their EU comrades.
Europe is back to what it was before the start of the pandemic with self-sufficient voters in open conflict with panicking leaders.
Here, in Blighty, the war is over. Fewer people become seriously ill – and nine out of ten are uninjured.
Far from Sage’s reckless doomsday predictions, of the 132 average Covid deaths recorded in the seven days to January 1, six out of ten were specifically admitted to the virus. -withdrawal – an average of 70 people per day. This is similar to a bad one-year mortality rate for influenza and pneumonia.
Now we need to follow the advice of Health supremo Sajid Javid and live with Covid.
Despite the increased taxes – thanks, Boris – and the rising cost of living, there’s a lot in this Happy New Year to look forward to. Freed from the deadly hand of Covid, the economy is set to surpass all of the G7 richest nations, including powerhouses Germany and Japan, in its second year of operation.
Businesses that have survived the pandemic are getting thinner, better, and more eager to go up. The rising tide washes away all the boats, boosting jobs and wages, and helping to pay the colossal costs of Covid.
All the same, it was a long time before Boris could claim victory.
First, he needs to abolish the test and trace method that has cost the country £37 billion and is continuing to grow.
We do more tests than any other country – twice the rate in France or the US and five times as much in Germany.
Right now, we can’t even test properly, if at all, because of supply line chaos. So what’s the bottom line?
Second, slash self-isolation from seven days to five days and then abolish it altogether, as soon as possible.
If Covid is the new common cold, we should be ready to fight it, with masks available only to those who choose to wear them. If swarm immunity is within reach, why slow its progress?
Third, watch out for money-hungry NHS managers and make sure we never have another winter hospital crisis.
Fourth, fire the chaos theorist Neil Ferguson and remove the Communist collusion known as Sage.
It will not simply change its name, as we did with Public Health England. This incompetent Quango has been quietly renamed the UK Health Security Agency.
What is UKHSA all about?
Catching with flat feet
Fifth, leave those kids alone. Stand up against selfish teaching unions and ban masks, Covid testing and isolation for all students.
They have had enough time to teach remotely, drop out of school, the lifelong cost of a shoddy education, and the incalculable impact on children’s minds.
Yet millions of students are still being held hostage by the labor union of Labour’s socialist politburo.
Remember, Boris, parents are also Tory voters. Keir Starmer may be at the top of the 16-point poll but this illusion will fade as voters recall Labour’s authoritarian attitude to power during his two years of emergency rule.
As Omicron rose and fell, Starmer was caught on the wrong side of the political leadership debate.
RIGHT TIME FOR PRIVATE PEOPLE?
Will medical directors Chris Whitty and Dr Jenny Harries be awarded New Year’s honors?
Jamie Jenkins, a former health analyst with the Office for National Statistics, said it was not until Covid’s decision-making role they were examined by a formal investigation.
Among other things, Whitty has been accused of exceeding her powers by scaring people to an unofficial Christmas crackdown.
Harries was blamed for a catalog of missteps and flip-flops, mass gatherings, and costly failures in testing and tracking.
They have serious questions to answer.
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